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NVIDIA Cuts Prices of GTX 980 Ti, GTX 980, and GTX 970

Travis

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Gtx Titan, GTX Titan X, 980 Ti, and even the regular Gtx 980 are all still very good gaming cards on 4K.


Overclock a standard GTX 980 to 1500mhz core and it is a beast for around $285 used.

And a Titan X is still the best option if it can be had for $450-500.

I am running (2) GTX Titan X cards. They are both at 1425 core and it crushes anything. I have plenty of memory and I have under $700 invested in them both. I paid $450 for the first dell OEM Titan X, and the 2ND was a non tested model that was in a water leaking system accident, it worked great I paid $217.


So there you have it! I'm OK on paying $650 for a gtx 1080. A overclocked Titan X can already perform on par with one. Only I have more memory lol.


(2) gtx 1070's is a better value at $760, then a gtx 1080. But, if you can afford it then why not?
 

Jeffosoft

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Stop double, triple, and quadruple posting. Edit your last post in the future.
I felt I was just responding to others comments and then posting my thoughts. Like many do but I can see how it may look like that.
 

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I felt I was just responding to others comments and then posting my thoughts. Like many do but I can see how it may look like that.
You can hit the multiquote button on each post you want to reply to at once, then in your reply box you will have the opportunity to "insert quotes". You can then make your comments after each quotation before hitting the post button. :)
 
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